Retaliation to Degrading Muhammad Movie, Battle for Land in Michigan, Buddhist Temple Love Story

Posted on September 14, 2012 by

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More turmoil over the degrading American movie of the Islam Prophet Muhammad has broken out at the U.S. embassy in Yemen.  A building was set on fire and several warning shots were fired to keep off a large crowds including five-hundred yelling “death to America”.

A large vacant elementary school draws the attention of Muslims to make it their “future mosque“.  The location happens to be on a prime piece of real estate and tension has risen with a Christian legal advocacy group saying they are confronting the “threat of Islam”.  Who will win this battle?

Mosque

A boy and a girl grow up, fall in love, and create a Buddhist temple together.  A heartwarming and fun story as this temple and couple thrive in the heart of Montrose, New York.

Syed Hashmi makes an interesting analysis in “Science vs. Islam” of how the two, if possible, can coexist.  He explains how some believers of Islam back their arguments with scientific research.

Preachers of Islam were shot and killed by Malian soldiers because they were mistaken for radical Muslims.  Relatives of the preachers went down to the presidential palace in Mauritania to find out further details.

Pak Hindu pilgrims left Sindh because they were being persecuted, blackmailed, forced to convert, and Kidnapped.  They do not expect to leave their new home in India despite the troubles of acclimation.

Taj Mahal

Five men who were detained by Islamic militants in July for robbing a bus were punished by having their hands and feet severed by a knife.  One of the men received his punishment in public.

Hands

A young, Hispanic woman coverts from Catholicism to Islam.  She finds a way to incorporate every part of her culture into her life.

fundraiser has started for a new pagoda in Pattaya.  Donations are slow but the committee is determined to erect this new institution.

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